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Market initiative and central planning: A study of the Moscow bus network
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Ryzhkov A., Sarzhan Y.

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Russia and the politics of extraverted urbanism in the 2014 Winter Olympics and the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Golubchikov O., Wolfe S. D.

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News

Data is Turning into Cities’ Circulatory System

On 27 May, 2019 Steven Griffiths, Senior Vice President for Research and Development at Khalifa University of Science and Technology (UAE), and member of the International Award Committee of the Global Energy Prize, delivered an open lecture at the Higher School of Economics.

Three decades of post-socialist urban transition

Faculty took part in an international conference at TU Darmstadt dedicated to cities and post-socialist urban change

Copenhagen Is Calling: Prototyping Future Cities Students' Field Trip to the World Green Capital

Havneparken, Copenhagen
First-year students of the international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ are going to Copenhagen for a research trip ‘Self-Sufficient Habitat’. From April 23 to 27, they will be exploring this eco-friendly capital and learning the best practices in sustainable city development.

‘The programme gives students the chance to think outside the box’

‘The programme gives students the chance to think outside the box’
Andrés Gómez Mares is the first-year Mexican student of the HSE international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’. He has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering of the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico and came to Moscow to get knowledge in smart city development and train his skills in digital fabrication. Andrés has told us about programme’s advantages, favourite courses, his career goals and students’ life in Moscow.

Natalia Fishman and Vicente Guallart discussed the future of urban public spaces

Natalia Fishman and Vicente Guallart discussed the future of urban public spaces
What is the future of public spaces in cities? Which role will play public spaces in urban fabric and urban life in the future? How to create at a public space that will add value to urban life? On March 18 in Shukhov Lab Natalia Fishman, advisor to the president of the Republic of Tatarstan, and Vicente Guallart, academic supervisor of the master program ‘Prototyping future cities’, discussed the future of urban public spaces in cities and shared an experience of creating livable and valuable public spaces in cities in Russia and worldwide.

Mechanisms and successful practices of citizen participation in urban development

Faculty took part in a research seminar in Perm dedicated to mechanisms of state-civil society interactions

Faculty of Urban and Regional Development at the Gaidar Forum 2019

Faculty of Urban and Regional Development at the Gaidar Forum 2019
Expert discussion “The Construction of Memory: Generations and Russia’s Past and Present” included researchers from different scientific fields

Current Issue of the Journal is Available Now: Vol. 3 • #1 • 2018

Current Issue of the Journal is Available Now: Vol. 3 • #1 • 2018

‘I Wanted a Programme Which Could Change My Way of Thinking And Open New Doors’

Master’s programme in Prototyping Future Cities offered by the HSE Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism was launched in 2017 and has since become quite popular among international students. Students from all over the world come to Moscow to learn how to use technologies to deal with future challenges of urban development. Two of the first-year students have talked to HSE News Service about studying on the programme and the projects they have been working on.

Second-year GSU Students Win a Scholarship for Biodesign Challenge Project

Second-year GSU Students Win a Scholarship for Biodesign Challenge Project
'Prototyping future cities' students will present their final project at Princeton University in June 2019.